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Back to top. Die Herren lebten, wahrend Meusebach vergeblich im Osten Geld auf- zutreiben suchte. Charakteristisch in letzterer Beziehung ist die Antwort eines Friedrichsburgers, der auf die an ihn gerichtete Frage des gewissenlosen Kolonialdirektors Schubert : "Ob er sei- nen Hund gesehen?

To be sure they are strangely inconsistent with the noble character and magnanimity everywhere evident in Strubberg's works, as well as with the esteem in which he was afterwards held by his fellow-countrymen during his many remaining years in Germany.

It is interesting to observe that the colonists were aware that "Dr. Schubert" was only an assumed name.

The forms "Struhberg" and "Struh- badi" used in the above remarks show that their knowledge of his identity was very indefinite however ; much less do they seem ever to have discovered that Kolonial-Direktor Schubert was afterwards the well-known novelist Armand.

Friedrich Armand Strubberg 47 of Dr. The impartial reader of today must unques- tionably accept these remarks with some modifications.

In remarkable contradiction also to the hostile views expressed in the above citations against Dr. Schubbert, is the following most interesting document : Hochgeehrter Herr Director!

Hoffen wir, dass letztere Nachricht unbegriindet sei, und das Werk, das eigentlich in Friedrichsburg durch Sie erst begriindet wurde, nicht dem Untergange preisgegeben werde, dem es leider!

Unsre Bescheidenheit verbietet es uns Ihnen, verehrtester Mann! Sie waren es, der uns als Hiilfe erschien, da die Not und das Elend am hochsten war.

Sie waren der rettende Engel, da Sie vielen von uns und unseren Kindern durch Ihre aufopfernde Hingebung Leben und Gesundheit wiedergebracht haben.

Sie haben durch Ihre rastlose Thatigkeit fiir die Befriedigung unserer nothwendigsten Lebensbediirfnisse gesorgt, woran wir friiher oftmals den driickensten Mangel litten, kurz Sie waren es, wodurch die Hoffnung auf eine frohe und ge- sicherte Zukunft von Neuem in uns belebt wurde, und Sie soUten uns velassen?

Das verhiite Gott I Sollte es wirklich der Fall sein, sollte sich diese Schreckensnach- richt wirklich bestatigen, so ist ganz Friedrichsburg in tiefster Trau- er, besonders auch noch deshalb, weil Ihr Ausscheiden aus der hie- sigen Direktion vielleicht auch das Scheiden des Mannes nach sich Ziehen wiirde, der ebenfalls das allgemeine Vertrauen und die unge- theilteste Liebe aller Einwohner von Fridrichsburg sich erworben hat, eines Mannes, der sich besonders in Ihrer Abwesenheit durch seine weise Fiirsorge als kluger und umsichtsvoUer Geschaftsmann und zugleich als ein liebreicher Vater den Einwohnem von Frie- drichsburg bewiesen hat, wir meinen unsern verehrten und allge- mein geachteten Proviantmeister Herrn Bickel.

SoUten wir also Sie beide verlieren, worauf wir unser unbe- grenztes, ungetheiltes Vertrauen setzen, so wiirde uns dadurch eine Wunde geschlagen, die so bald, ja vielleicht nie wieder heilen wiirde I Wir wagen demnach unsere so dringende als ergebenste Bitte an Sie, uns nicht zu verlassen, oder, wenn Geschafte oder sonstige Verhaltnisse Sie von uns rufen, recht bald wieder zu uns zuriickzu- 48 Friedrich Armand Strubberg kehren, und dadurch die Sorge zu verscheuchen die durch die Nach- richt von Ihrem moglichen Scheiden, so schwer auf uns lastet.

Empfangen Sie die Versicherung unserer ganzlichen Hingabe und ungetheilten Liebe. Juni Die Ernst Dannheim Heinrich Newig Karl Meier Ferdinand Schulze Johann G.

Braun Daniel Weiershause Heinrich August Heimann Christian Althaus Friedrich Pape dankbaren Einwohner von Friedrichsburg. Heinrich Leierschwohl Philipp Klarmend Heinrich Winkel Heinrich Schmitt Peter Engelmann August Spilker F.

Kiehm W. Tiel Christoph Frage Kaspar Danz Johannes Christ Schulz Conrad Wittneben Jakob D. Wiirzbach Ludolpf Meyer Johann Leyendecker I Johannes Peter Keller N.

Wamel C. Marschall Philipp Simon Wilhelm Stieren Fritz Kutscher Susmann Johann Nicol. Schmitt Karl Usener A. Krieger Fried.

Sucherd Schandua Christoph Noges Lehrer F. Leyendecker Friedrich Metzger Christian August Halm Heinrich Jordan Johann Metzger Jacob Harth Johann Keller Anton Menges Joh.

Keller H. Basse Adolf Hermann L. Wahrmund Carl Wegrich Gottlieb Fischer Martin Hellmuth Conrad Pliimesse Friedrich Budde Friedrich Leifeste und Heinrich Leifeste Jakob Roder Gottfried Bader Philipp Mahr Johannes Mahr Martin Mahr Heinrich Gadt Peter Honig Hermann Honig Heinrich Kammlah Conrad Welge Christopf Brinkrolf Peter Behrens Conrad Mund Friedrich Bahntge Auf Verlangen des Herrn Direktor Schub- bert beglaube ich dienstlich die vorstehenden Unterschriften der hiesigen Burger.

Friedrichsburg, d. BiCKEL, Friedensrichter. Fricdrich Armand Strubberg 49 According to the Fest-Ausgabe, the first immigrants arrived in Friedrichsburg in March, Soon thereafter Dr.

Schub- bert Strubberg was appointed as physician and Director of the Colony. July 20, , Herr von Meusebach resigfued his posi- tion as general agent, but not before Dr.

Schubbert had been dis- charged. Strubberg's period of activity in Friedrichsburg lies therefore between March, , and July 20, Soon there- after Strubberg moved to the Nassau plantation in Fayette County, which had been cleared by Count Boos-Waldek in How long Strubberg remained here is not known.

Otfrid Mylius Karl Midler writes: "Als der Krieg der Vereinigten Staaten mit Mexico ausbrach und Armand seiner Aufgabe, den deutschen Landsleuten beizustehen und sie vom Untergang zu bewahren, vollstandig genugt hatte, konnte Ar- mand dem Verlangen nicht widerstehen, das schone Land Mexico keimen zu lernen und den Krieg mitzumachen.

Er schiffte sich also nach Veracruz ein, nahm unter General Scott beinahe am ganzen mexicanischen Kriege teil und verliess das herrliche Land erst mit den letzten abziehenden amerikanischen Truppen.

Accord- ing to Mylius, Strubberg landed in New Orleans in the spring of , returning from the war. There he heard the urgent appeal for physicians in Arkansas, which was being devastated by small- pox, cholera, and fevers, and determined at once to respond to this call of distress.

He provided himself with the necessary medical materials, and went to Camden on the Washita where an epidemic of fever was raging.

Scentn aus den K'dmpfen der Mexikaner und Nordamerikaner. He built for himself a beautiful resi- dence, was active in his medical practice, and became engaged to a wealthy lady, apparently the owner of a plantation and holder of slaves.

He was on the point of entering a life of domestic hap- piness when an accident occurred which was to change his entire future life.

For more than a year Strubberg himself gave the eye medical treatment, but without favorable results. He finally concluded to return to Europe for a year to seek medical aid and in he sailed for France to consult eye specialists there.

His efforts to gain relief during the next two years took him to Paris, Berlin, Gottingen, Heidelberg, Wiesbaden, and Marburg, but nowhere was a permanent cure effected.

Strubberg had already given up all hope, when Hofrat de Loew in Grafrath near Elberfeld was recommended to him in the highest terms. Strubberg hastened to consult him and under his attendance soon recovered.

Er musste abermals sein Leben neu aufbauen, denn mittlerweile waren alle Verhaltnisse anders geworden: der amerikanische Burgerkrieg war ausge- brochen, die Sklaven waren freigegeben, der Siiden verwiistet worden.

Das Eigentum, welches Armand in Arkansas zuriickge- lassen hatte, war zerstreut worden, seine Braut war gestorben, die Zustande in den Siidstaaten waren noch ungeregelt und be- durften langer Zeit, bis Sicherheit des Eigentums und der Person wieder hergestellt waren.

Armand konnte daher nicht daran den- ken, nach Arkansas zuriickzukehren. Otf rid Mylius in the Koln.

Zeit "Friends of the novelist living in Gelnhausen today, told the writer that Strubberg's one eye had a gray coating over it.

Friedrich Armand Strubberg 5 1 taken cum grano salis. The civil war did not begin until i, at 'a time when Strubberg had already taken up his abode in Kassel, and two years after his first work appeared.

His property in the form of slaves and we conclude from his works that he was a slave-owner could therefore not have been destroyed.

In short, the above reasons for Strubberg's remaining away from Arkansas are unsatisfactory. In fact we know little more than that he henceforth remained in Germany.

Strubberg's only sister Emilie, an elderly maiden lady, resided in Kassel. As the daughter of the wealthy tobacco mer- chant she had enjoyed an unusually careful education.

After the reverses in fortunes, of the Strubberg family, Emilie was obliged to resort to her accomplishments as a means of securing a livelihood.

During all the long years of her brother's absence in America she had supported herself as a translator and teacher of languages.

The return to Kassel of the "Welt- Bummler," the gallant Fritz of many years ago, is best told in the words of W. Bennecke: "Es war im Herbste des Jahres als in den Strassen Kassels, die damals noch nicht so belebt wa- ren wie heutzutage, eine eigenartige Mannergestalt, die allgemeine Aufmerksamkeit auf sich zog.

Man fragte sich, wer der hoch- gewachsene Mann mit dem langen, wellenformig gedrehten Schnurrbart, der schwarzen Binde iiber dem einen Auge, dem spitzen, schrag aufgestiilpten Cylinder und dem grossen mit dem einen Ende iiber die Schulter geschlagenen Reitermantel wohl sein moge?

Mit langen schnellen Schritten eilte er dahin, bei den ihm Begegnenden den Eindruck des Fremdkrtigen, sowie einer stiirmischen Vergangenheit, hervorrufend.

Der jiingeren Gene- ration war der neue Ankommling voUig f remd, der alteren aber war er von zwanzig, dreissig Jahren her bekannt und es hiess : "Es ist der Fritz Strubberg, der aus Amerika heriibergekommen, um seine Schwester zu besuchen".

For a long time he remained in Marburg where he received medical treatment for his eye from the celebrated physi- cian Dr. Then again he resided in Hannover or with his intimate friend Freiherr Spiegel vom Desenberg, in Langensalza.

Not till i did he settle in Kassel as his fixed place of residence. Already more than fifty years of age, Strubberg now entered upon that career which was to insure him a significant place in the history of the German novel.

What induced him, not schooled in literary expression, to enter upon a literary career so late in life? Dennoch wurden die vorliegenden Blatter nicht dafiir niedergeschrieben und waren urspriinglich nur fiir eine Schwester bestimmt, deren Liebe mich fast ganz allein noch an die alte Heimath fesselte, und deren Gedanken mir unablassig in weite Fernen, unter mancherlei Gefahren und Beschwerden bis zu den aussersten Grenzen der Indianergebiete wahrend eines Zeit- raums von sechzehn Jahren folgten.

Und so f ugte ich mich endlich ihren Wiinschen, die Begebenheiten meines Lebens, meine Jagd- und Reiseabenteuer in Amerika zu veroffentlichen.

The account of the beginnings of his literary activities as given by W. Strubberg, upon his ar- rival in Kassel, was eagerly received into the higher circles of the city's social life.

His fascinating personality, his many travels and adventures, and his exceptional conversational faculties, made CI. Hasinland, Kassel, 2.

Friedrich Armand Strubberg 53 him a welcome figure among the friends of his youthful days as well as among those of the younger generation.

Hotel Schom- bardt at Wilhelmshohe was a favorite rallying place, and there many a pleasant afternoon and evening spent.

Strub- berg, with his remarkable tales of adventure, ever new, varied, and endless, never wanted for an attentive circle of listeners.

Oberstallmeister von Eschwege one day asked Strubberg to put his adventures into literary form, so that they could be circulated among his friends as a memorial of the many pleasant hours which had been afforded them.

Strubberg tried his hand at writ- ing, but found considerable difficulty in this unaccustomed labor. During his many years in America he had accustomed himself to the English form of sentence structure, and was in conse- quence frequently hampered in expressing himself.

His sister Emilie was of great service to him in this respect, and helped him surmount these early difficulties.

In a comparatively short time a stout volume of manuscript was at hand. It found great favor among Strubberg's circle of friends, who persuaded him to seek a publisher for it.

Strubbing was fortunate in having his manuscript accepted by what was then perhaps the chief publish- ing house in Germany, namely, Cotta in Stuttgart, which pub- lished the work under the title Amerikanische Jagd- und Reise- abenteuer axis meinem Leben in den westlichen Indianergebieten as the work of "Armand.

Possessed with a susceptible mind and glow- ing imagination, he needed only to revert to his long, active, and somewhat checkered career in America as an inexhaustible source for literary material.

In the same year appeared Bis in die Wildniss, In appeared An der Indianer Grenze 4 vols. Fortune favored the author. Through the work pub- lished by Cotta, the name of Armand became familiar through- out Germany.

The name of Cotta also had a favorable effect. By Strubberg had published more than forty volumes.

At about this time his literary productivity was hindered by two very unfortunate events. In i the author had taken up his residence with his sister Emilie in Kassel.

There he was one day visited by an elderly woman who was none other than Antoinette Sattler, the love of his youthful days in Bremen.

She had remained unmarried, had cherished his memory through all the long years of his wanderings in America, and hearing of his return, determined to visit him.

The old flame was rekindled and the aged couple was finally united in marriage. With a strange presentiment he hastened forward and found his own wife.

She no longer recognized him and had to be taken to an asylum where she raved herself to death. Only then Strubberg learned that his deceased wife had concealed the fact that a great part of her life had been spent in an asylum from whence she had been released only a short time before their marriage.

The author bore his sorrow in silence ; in fact he even appears to have endeavored to conceal this marriage in his later years. The second event, however unfortunate it was for Strub- berg, only emphasizes the remarkable character and versatility of the man.

We refer to the famous lawsuit which Strubberg, as advocate for the deposed House of Hessen successfully conducted against the Prussian government in the interests of the deposed princes' feoffment in trust.

On January 5, , the Elector Wilhelm II gave a consti- tution to Hessen, whereupon it ceased to be a dynastic, princely house.

Juni, , wurden in der Privatwohnung des Brautigams getraut. Friedrich Armand Strubberg, Burger u.

Juli, Friedrich Armand Strubberg 55 decision be made as to which property should belong to the state and which to the princely family.

Ich hatte den Prinzen W. Friedrich Wilhelm Ernst, Prinz von Hessen : Hat das Fideicommiss- Vermogen der kurfurstlich-hessischen Familie einen Staatsrechtlichen Charak- ter oder ist es deren Privateigenthumf Kassel, Friedrich Wilhelm Ernst, Prinz von Hessen: Das Familien-Fidei- commiss des kurfurstlich-hessischen Hauses in seiner rechtlichen Natur seit seiner Entstehung bis auf die Gegenwart.

Kassel, Letters in the Appendix. Strubberg had never been a student of law, though he seems to have given the law some attention when a young man.

Law-suits are frequently introduced into his various novels, where they are carried on to great effect, showing a close knowledge of American law and a cleverness in emplojring the same.

Ich begann die Angelegenheit und die dahin ein- schlagenden Rechte und Gesetze zu studiren, und lieferte dem Anwalte des Prinzen die Entwiirfe zu den Eingaben bei den Behorden und den Gerichten.

Da starb der depossedirte Fiirst und Preussen legte dem Abgeordnetenhause einen Gesetzent- wurf zur Genehmigung vor, wonach mit dem Tode des Fiirsten das Familien-Fideicommiss-Vermogen des schen Hauses in das preussische Staatseigentum iibergegangen sei.

Man schrieb mir von Berlin, dass die Gesetzvorlage, wenn ich nicht etwas Besonderes dagegen thue, ohne Zweifel durchgehen und dann alle Rechte der Agnaten an dem Vermogen durch das Ge- setz beseitigt warden wiirden.

Ich liess schnell einen Protest gegen die Vorlage drucken und im Abgeordnetenhause verteilen, und dasselbe erklarte darauf, dass das Haus keine Behorde sei, welche solche Rechtsfragen zu entscheiden habe; das sei Auf- gabe der ordentlichen Gerichte.

Ueber diesen Protest wurde ich wegen Beleidigung des Fiscus in zwei Instanzen vor Gericht ge- stellt, doch beide Mai kostenlos freigesprochen.

Die Rechte der Agnaten standen wieder hoch; mit rastloser Thatigkeit schlug ich alle erneuerten Angriffe des Fiscus darauf ab; ich vemich- tete alle die unzahligen Angriffe in der Presse dagegen, lieferte die Entwiirfe zu samtlichen Processschriften und hatte die Re- visionsschrift an das Reichsgericht bereit, als die Regierung Vergleichsunterhandlungen einleitete, welche bald zu einem ent- giiltigen Vergleichsabschlusse zwischen ihr und den Agnaten fiihrten und wodurch einem jeden derselben 25, Thaler Jah- resrente und ein Schloss zugestanden wurde.

Dem Prinzen W. Von allem diesem wiirde er ohne meine rast- lose Tatigkeit fiir ihn niemals von Rechtswegen einen Pfennig erhalten haben; allein als ich ihn um Erfiillung des Entschadi- gungsvertrages zwischen ihm und mir suchte, weigerte er sich, mir fur meine Thatigkeit fiir ihn etwas zu vergiiten, und berief sich, als ich gegen ihn klagte, darauf, dass ich sein Advocat ge- wesen sei und als solcher kein Recht gehabt habe, noch einen Extravertrag iiber eine Vergiitung fiir meine Arbeiten mit ihm Friedrich Armand Strubberg 57 zu machen, und dass mir nichts weiter als die Advocatengebiih- ren zukamen.

Ich musste den Prinzen verklagen und er wurde vom Gericht verurteilt, den Vertrag mit mir zu erfiillen. Diese Be- handlung war eine der unerhortesten Erfahrungen meines jahrigen Lebens, zumal dass ich dem Prinzen nicht allein zu sei- nem Vermogen verholfen, sondern ihm auch in andern wichti- gen Lebens fragen mit gleicher Treue und Anhanglichkeit beige- standen hatte.

Ich hatte ihn von einer ihm unfehlbaren Unter- gang drohenden Krankheit befreit, gegen welche er in Deutsch- land und im Ausland vergebens Hiilfe gesucht, hatte seinen Scheidungsprocess gegen seine erste Gemahlin gefiihrt, hatte in seinem und seines spatern Schwiegervaters Auftrag eine Klage wegen vermuteter Vergiftung seiner Mutter bei der Staatsan- waltschaft eingeleitet, war im Interesse seiner Sohne aus erster Ehe tatig gewesen, hatte fortwahrend seine Dienerschaft er- ganzt, kurz, ich hatte alle seine hauslichen und geschaftlichen Angelegenheiten besorgt und war in seinem Interesse fast im- mer unterwegs gewesen, und nun hatte er mich in meinen alten Tagen zum Bettler machen woUen!

Die Entriistung iiber die mir angethane schmahliche Behandlung fiir alle meine treuen Dienste und Aufopferungen wahrend so vieler Jahre warf mich auf das Krankenlager, von dem ich mich in meinen hohen Jah- ren nur langsam erholen konnte und wobei ich meine sonst so unverwiistliche Arbeitskraft fast eingebiisst habe, und so werde ich den noch sehr grossen Schatz meiner Lebenserinnerungen wohl unbenutzt mit mir ins Jenseits hiniibemehmen miissen.

See Kdlnische Zeitung, August, S8 Friedrich Armand Strubberg A certain feeling of having sustained injuries at the hands of humanity, a trait which can be noticed throughout all his works, became only the more pronounced in his later years.

He even entertained a sense of distrust toward those who were near and dear to him. But especially was this distrust manifested toward his publishers.

So much did he fear the unlawful publi- cation of his works, that, while a work of his was being set up, he would each evening enter the office and seal the compositor's forms.

Strubberg resorted to this as a means of detecting all illegitimate reprints of such works. After the death of his sister Emilie, which probably occurred in , Strubberg appears to have engaged a housekeeper and remained in Kassel for some time.

In the novelist, prob- ably for pecuniary reasons, moved his household to Gelnhausen on the Kinzig. Here in this quiet little Hessian town, once the proud seat of Friedrich Barbarossa, Strubberg spent the few remaining years of his life in peace and quiet.

The literary products of these few years are only the pitiful endeavors of senility, and reflect no credit whatever upon the author.

Remembering the successes of his earlier years, he even ventured on expressing himself in dramatic form.

Unmindful that his earlier successes were due alone to the fact that his works reflected the actual experiences of an interesting life, he now chose material quite out of his sphere.

Der Freigeist, Die Quadrone, Gustavus Adolphus, and Friedrich Barbarossa are only fearful proof of the author's total lack of dramatic school- ing.

The absolute failure of these plays is in the highest degree pathetic. Strubberg also seems to have had plans for publishing an abridged edition of his works.

The infirmities of old age prob- ably hindered him in this task, for no such edition was published. He was a tall man, of gigantic frame, and proud bearing.

A well-kept wig and long moustaches carefully curled by his housekeeper, gave evidence of his personal scrupu- lousness.

Reclining on a panther's skin, draped over a huge divan, once the property of Jerome Bonaparte, the aged author, passionately smoking one cigarette after another, was never reluctant to entertain the willing listeners who gathered about him.

The gray-coated eye and an arm which was shrivelled up from having been wounded by a poisonous Indian arrow only added conviction to his wild tales of life among the Indians on the unexplored frontiers of America.

The ladies remember him as a tall chivalrous gentleman who had a most fascinating man- ner of paying court to their gentle sex.

The men remember him as a tall man of gigantic strength, who even in these latter. J days drew an Indian bow with a vigor which defied their own strength.

One of these children, now the poet Carl Heinz Hill, many years later wrote of these days: "In meiner Erinnerung sehe ich ihn, als ware es gestem gewesen, vor sei- nem roten Mahogoni-Schreibtisch sitzen, auf dem unter Glasge- hausen drei Elfenbeinfiguren standen.

An den Wanden hingen dicht verschleierte Bilder, Felle erbeuteter Tiere und Waffen in Menge. Er selbst war ein grosser Kinder freund und oft bin ich hiniibergelaufen zum Onkel Strubberg.

Sein Karl Scharnhorst, den er mir damals schenkte, gait mir ein Heiligtum. Eccentric in many respects, he had purchased a tombstone some time before his death, had his epitaph, with the exception of the date of his decease, engraved upon it, and had it placed in the basement of his dwelling.

His last days were made wretched by an acute abdominal disease. He died on April 3, , and was buried in the old graveyard in Gelnhausen.

See Die Hemstatt, i. On the tombstone we read : Hier ruht in Gott Friedrich Armand Strubberg Schriftsteller Armand, geboren zu Cassel am i8.

Marz gestorben zu Gelnhausen am 3. Am Totensonntag war's, da trieb mich's zu dem Ort, Wo man lebend'ger Seelen tote Hiille barg; Es war so feierlich, so friedlich dort, Leicht strich der Herbstwind nur von Sarg zu Sarg.

Da trat ich auch zu deiner Ruhstatt hin, Ein kleines Eisengitter schliesst sie ein ; Durch die Cypressen fiel ein Sonnenstrahl Auf's Epheu und den schwarzen Marmorstein.

Da kam mir's plotzlich wieder in den Sinn, Wie ich als kleiner Bursch, auf deinem Schooss gesessen, Und manch Erinnerungsbild ward in mir wach, Das langst verschwommen mir in niichtemem Vergessen Und froh gedacht ich jener Jugendstunden, Da du mir einst erzahlt aus deinem reichen Leben Von Lowenjagden, Kampf und Kriegswunden, Von Stadten denen du Gesetz gegeben.

Das ward im Augenblick mir sonnenklar ; Ja man vergass den Dank, der ihm gebiihrte Am Tag', an dem sein hundertster Geburtstag war, Mit keinem Worte hatt' man sein gedacht Und doch war seine ganze Lebenszeit Der Arbeit um das Menschenwohl geweiht.

Strubberg's Grave in Gelnhausev Friedrich Armand Strubberg 6i Nun komm' ich heute f riih genug zu spat, Um die Erinnerung an ihn wachzurufen, Sein Leben war zu gross, als dass in nichts verweht Was Geist und Arbeitskraft einst in ihm schufen.

CHAPTER III. Strubberg's Works. Strubberg's predecessor Sealsfield has left an enduring legacy to realism. The influence of his works was potent among the student and literary classes rather than among the great mass of the German reading public.

This is due partly to the sketchy, disconnected manner which he only too frequently employs in the treatment of his material, partly also to the strange "Kauder- welsch" and peculiar sentence structure which the author con- sciously affected in order to convey in German the peculiarities of English speech in America, and also to the introduction of a great mass of Spanish, French, and English words and phrases, all of which features helped to make his works quite impossible for the average reader.

Nor were Sealsfield's works published in Ger- many with the hope that the masses might become better informed of conditions in North America.

In the most popular of Seals- field's works, Das Cajutenbuch , we even read this rather startling footnote: ". He appears to have had an uncommon acquaintance with English literature, and his fondness for allusion to English authors in the course of his works cannot always have been pleas- ant to his German readers, nor is his display of learning always in good taste.

Strubberg's works are essentially for the general mass of readers. His language is smooth, and re- markable for its lucid sentences and lack of Germanized Latin words.

This is all the more remarkable when we remember the author's long residence abroad. Strubberg seldom attempts to characterize by means of peculiarities of language.

His Indians express themselves usually in a highly poetic German. This may be a point subject to criticism, and will therefore be referred to in the consideration of his individual works.

Foreign words are seldom introduced and footnotes in explanation of textual pecjili- arities rarely appear. In the same work he mentions Ben Jonson, Scott, Bulwer, the witches of Macbeth, and an Elegy by the American poet Paulding; also he quotes from J.

Knowles The Beggar of Bethnal Green. His literary career is in many respects a unique one. Although he enjoyed excellent educational facilities under the parental roof, they must nevertheless have been only of a general nature.

He never attended a German uni- versity, for he had been destined for a business career and to that end entered a mercantile house in Bremen at the age of sixteen.

In , while Sealsfield was working day and night in his room at Spruce Street, Philadelphia, as correspondent for Cotta's German Journal, or engaged on his first novel Tokeah or the White Rose, an Indian Tale Phila.

During these years of his first stay in America nothing could have been farther removed from his mind than the intention of putting his American experiences into literary form.

H the impressions which America made on his really susceptible tem- perament sought a medium of expression it was rather that of the pencil or brush.

At the close of the thirties, at a time when Sealsfield already rivalled Scott in letters, Strubberg returned to America to try his fortune anew.

Long after Seals- field had brought his literary career to a close and let it be observed that Sealsfield was Strubberg's senior by only thirteen years Strubberg was still living the life of a frontiersman.

Far removed from the book markets of the East he could not even have been informed of Germany's literary activities, had his interests lain that way.

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